IBM announced that it has opened its 48th data center in Oslo, Norway. This is the company’s 12th data center in Europe. It will provide access to IBM’s cloud computing infrastructure, as well as to its Bluemix cloud development platform.
“We are committed to providing global and local clients the fastest and easiest onramp to the IBM Cloud to accelerate their digital transformation,” said Robert LeBlanc, senior vice president of IBM Cloud. “This investment will provide Nordic customers, especially those in regulated industries, with more flexibility to manage and gain insight into data within the region.”